Ring in the New Year: Health Tips

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Dr. Bob Seiler is a Utah chiropractor that offers a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. As a Salt Lake City holistic chiropractor he offers valuable health tips to help people ring in the New Year.

 

  • Drinking Oolong Tea may help improve mild eczema during the winter months.
  • Rubbing the temples can help relieve headaches, especially when using Tiger Balm, white flower oil or peppermint oil.
  • Herbal extracts can help reduce swelling and strengthen veins and have been used for thousands of years.
  • Ginger helps relieve chest and nasal congestion.
  • Exercise offers fatigue-fighting endorphins, helping reduce tiredness and boosting energy levels.
  • Rosemary can help improve memory and increase mental alertness.
  • Bitters, including radicchio, cooked greens, endive and olives help combat cravings for sugar.
  • Sardines, salmon and mackerel are high in Omega-3 Fatty Acids, which are necessary to help tear production in the body.
  • Probiotics can help ward off diarrhea and yeast infections. Foods high in probiotics include yogurt, sauerkraut, kefir and kimchi.
  • Bilberry, a relative of the high-antioxidant blueberry, is thought to help improve night vision.
  • Diets high in potassium and bananas help reduce blood pressure.
  • Lavender has natural relaxant properties, helping soothe the body before sleep.
  • Capsaicin Cream contains chili peppers, which helps reduce pain and inflammation.
  • Massage techniques can help relax the back, reducing pain. Massage therapists specialize in reducing myofascial tension and neuromuscular therapy.
  • Garlic is a natural antibacterial and antiviral food that helps boost immunity.
  • Holy Basil is thought to help manage stress hormones, including cortisol, to help boost the body’s mood and mental outlook.
  • Echinacea is an age-old cold remedy that can help reduce cold symptoms.
  • A Neti Pot is an excellent investment, helping flush out irritants and pollen, which can cause sinus infections.
  • Triphala can help keep intestines regular with a natural three-fruit blend.
  • 10 minutes of small talk helps improve mental clarity, preserves memory and boosts mental function.
  • Arnica, a flower, is in several gels, ointments and creams and is used to help reduce bruising and swelling.
  • Avoiding products that contain formaldehyde is recommended.
  • Japanese foods, such as wasabi and shiitake mushrooms, can help reduce cavities and plaque.
  • Staying well hydrated is important, as dehydration can cause headaches.
  • Cayenne pepper can help boost circulation and improve blood flow.
  • Licorice can help treat canker sores.
  • Cranberry juice can help prevent Urinary Tract Infections, as it prevents bacteria from attaching to the bladder’s walls.

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